Baking

22 Jan 19
Breaducation

Rethinking Classroom Assessment with Purpose in Mind There are three purposes why a teacher uses assessment, they are intentionally put in the order of assessment for learning, assessment as learning and assessment of learning.  The first two assessments are more for formative assessment and the last purpose, assessment of learning, is reserved for summative assessment. […]

22 Jan 19
CookBook

Ingredients DOUGH 1 ⅓ cups warm water 1 ½ teaspoons active dry yeast 3 ½ cups flour ¼ cup grated parmesan cheese 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons sugar 3 tablespoons olive oil FILLING 2 cups tomato sauce 3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese 1 cup fresh basil, chopped salt, to taste oil, […]

22 Jan 19
Musings of Mike

In loving memory of Aurora & Renaldo Eugenio Dear Grandma & Grandpa, I’ve rewritten this post for what seems like a thousand times for fear of it sounding staged, over-dramatic or pining. The truth is, this is probably the hardest post I’ve ever had to write and whether or not the magnitude of that truth […]

22 Jan 19
Dreams of Cocoa

I’m so effing spoilt. My year started off with what seemed to be a 3 week vacation,but it actually ended up being one week each of pre-exam cramming, one week of a wonderfully exhausting Sikkim trip, and the last magnificent week of my cousin’s wedding. So I’ve been off the grid and away from the […]

22 Jan 19
Kaleen's Kitchen

Eggnog! Cheesecake! Just have to let you know that this was YUMMY! I made this for Christmas Eve at my families house. Every year we all get together, cousins, uncles and aunts, nephews and nieces, grandmas and grandpas. We all look forward to it every holiday season. And now that my little one has discovered […]

22 Jan 19
Site Title

Another soaking recipe is combining rose petals, rosemary and lavender sprigs, lavender oil and Epsom salt. After the mixture, your luxurious foot bath is ready! You can also mix olive oil, aloe vera, wheat germ oil, peppermint essential and eucalyptus essential oils and soak it on your feet. Foot scrubs can also be made at […]

22 Jan 19
Natural Essentials At Yellow Banks

1 Quart Water ( boiling) 2 Cups Bar Soap ( grated about 1 bar) 2 Cups Borax 2 Cups Washing Soda(. not baking soda!  Find it at Wal-Mart in the cleaning section) Add finely grated bar soap to the boiling water and stir until the soap is melted. Pour the soap water into a large […]

22 Jan 19
The Girl From Jupiter

Write between the lines. It’s a concept many of us writerly types are familiar with. After all, few of us have the luxury to just sit at home and write all day. We have careers. Kids to raise. Errands to run, meals to prepare, volunteering to do. You’d be amazed by how many of your […]

22 Jan 19
CBD Oils

Click here to buy CBD The holiday season is upon us and there are many reasons to celebrate. We have our family, friends and health. With the calendar year coming to a close, it’s an ideal time to look back and reflect on how you got here. It’s also a good moment to ponder where […]

22 Jan 19
mad & delicacy

This milk slices send me back in time when I was a schoolgirl and my mum stuffed a so called “Merendina” in my backpack. In Italy it is very common to go to the store and pick up a pack of Merendine, which is the word to name sweet snacks. Now that it’s my turn to stuff my […]

22 Jan 19

Hi everyone! I recently did an Instagram story showing what I made for my meal prep on Monday and got some really great responses! I wanted to show you guys this super easy recipe I make for healthy snacking throughout the week. I am ALWAYS hungry, so having these amazing cookies on hand has been […]

22 Jan 19
a whisk and a spoon

It’s been a while since we’ve made a simple loaf cake from BCM, and Saint-Pierre Poppy Seed Cake was an easy one to pull off this week. Rather than the standard lemon-poppy seed combo, this uses orange, and the result is a very sunny and not too sweet tea cake. It’s a rich cake, though. In […]

22 Jan 19
A Few Choice Words By Anita

Before zapping my lukewarm java to an acceptable temp for caffeine transfer to my blood stream, I noticed a rust spot on the microwave door.  “That’s not good,” Mike commented when I pointed it out to him. The Worry When Mike who never worried about anything said, “That’s not good” to me who always worried […]